Scientific name: Zinnia
Common name: youth-and-age, common zinnia or elegant zinnia
Zinnias, which are annuals with upright growth and warm-season flowers, are members of the Asteraceae (daisy) family.One of several zinnia cultivars or varieties is the hybrid ‘Profusion’ Series.Among the different zinnia shapes are beehive, button, and cactus forms.This beloved cutting garden favorite opens with blooms in practically every color. Zinnias come in a range of hues, including lipstick pink, fire engine red, bright yellow, cheerful peach, and cucumber green. The bicolor mixes’ two-tone petals offer the garden a flaming allure.Aphids and spider mites are common pests, so keep a watch out for them and take appropriate treatment as necessary.Because zinnias come in a wide spectrum of colors, from vivid and dramatic to delicate and pastel, you may create stunning floral arrangements with them.
Delightful plant that thrives both indoors and outdoors
Zinnias love bright, direct sunlight.
Keep the soil evenly moist.
Well-draining soil is essential for Zinnias.
Feed Zinnias with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every two weeks Regularly remove faded flowers to encourage continuous blooming.